Three year LL.B course


3 academic years, 6 semesters


A Candidate who has passed 3 years degree course or P.G.Degree from open or Deemed university recognized by and established under UGC Act, after prosecuting the studies in the pattern of 10+2+3+2 with regular studies at secondary & Higher Secondary Schooling (12th Std) is eligible for admission provided the candidate as obtained not less than 44.5% in degree or P.G.(39.5.% in case SC/ST candidates).

Admission Documents

At the time of admission to LL.B (3 year) course the following documents have to be to be produced.

  1. Marks card of all the three years of the degree courses.
  2. SSLC mark card, PUC Mark card.
  3. Pass certificate (For non-Karnataka Students only)
  4. Transfer Certificate and Conduct Certificate from the college where the candidate last studied.
  5. SC/ST Caste certificates and Income Certificate from the competent authority in case of such candidates seeking reservation facility.
  6. Four Passport size Photos.
  7. Aadhar Card
  8. Migration certificate (For non-Karnataka students only)
  9. Photostat copies of all the above documents (except Conduct certificate) in three sets.

Note: Non-Karnataka students who are Appling to any of the above said course are required to obtain the Eligibility Certificate from the Karnataka State Law University.


I Semester

  • Constitutional Law- I
  • Contract-I
  • Law of Torts
  • Family Law-I (Hindu Law)
  • Criminal Law-I (Indian Penal Code)
  • English ( Compulsory for those who are writing examination in Kannada)

II Semester

  • Constitutional Law -II
  • Contract-II
  • Labour Law I
  • Property Law
  • FamilyLaw-II (Mohammedan Law & Indian succession Act)
  • Kannada/Kannada Kali for Non Karnataka students

III Semester

  • Jurisprudence
  • Labour Law II
  • Law of Taxation
  • Criminal Law-II (Criminal Procedure Code, JJ.Act, Probation of Offenders Act)
  • Administrative Law

IV Semester

  • Public International Law
  • Human Rights Law & practice / Insurance Law
  • Banking Law / Right to Information
  • Clinical Course –I Proffesional Ethics and Professional Accounting System
  • Clinical Course-II Alternate Dispute Resolution Systems

V Semester

  • Company Law
  • Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
  • Intellectual Property Rights - I/ Penology and Victimology
  • Interpretation of Statutes & Principles of Legislation/ Competition Law
  • Clinical Course-III Drafting, Pleadings & Conveyance

VI Semester

  • Law of Evidence
  • Environmental Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights -II / White Collar Crimes
  • Land law/ Law relating to International Trade Economics
  • Clinical Course: IV Moot Court exercise Internships )